Friday, 8 February 2019
A Special Place In Hell
DONALD TUSK AND VLADIMIR PUTIN SHORTLY AFTER THE SMOLENSK AIR 'DISASTER'
A SMILING PRESIDENT KOMOROWSKI GREETS PRESIDENT DONALD TUSK WHILE AWAITING THE COFFINS OF SMOLENSK VICTIMS
On 10 April 2010, a Tupolev Tu-154 aircraft of the Polish Air Force crashed near the city of Smolensk, Russia, killing all 96 people on board. Among the victims were the President of Poland Lech Kaczyński and his wife Maria, the former President of Poland in exile, Ryszard Kaczorowski, the chief of the Polish General Staff and other senior Polish military officers, the president of the National Bank of Poland, Polish Government officials, 18 members of the Polish Parliament, senior members of the Polish clergy and relatives of victims of the Katyn massacre.
In 2010 a dominant (or potentially dominant) Catholic/Nationist faction in the Polish parliament was effectively wiped out. This was not an unwelcome event for opposing political interests including, as the photographs above demonstrate, Vladimir Putin, then-Polish-President Bronislaw Komorowski and one clearly delightful little fellow by the name of Donald Tusk.
In 2018, now that Russia has been clearly defined as an enemy of the west, the British press printed evidence that the Smolensk crash was actually an act of mass murder that could be laid at the door of Russian Intelligence Services.
"Conspiracy" lunatics (like yours truly) have been saying this since details of the crash emerged but, hey, now that this is the kind of information is good for the West's chosen "Putin is the Devil" narrative, our own media have come round to taking the conspiracists' point of view.
Whatever about Putin, the pictures above crystallise exactly why many of us want out of the EU.
We do not want to be led by Donald Tusk, nor the likes of Donald Tusk..
We had had more than enough of being governed by unelected, remote, grinning psychopaths.
If these photographs and their context do not cause 'Remainers' to stop and think, then nothing will.
Sensible people call for:
If we leave without a deal some will unfortunately pay a disproportionate economic price, in the short term at least.
We would also be naive to think that our collective situation will automatically improve in any significant way, though there is no reason it should not in the medium and long term.
We will still be governed by (slightly less) remote, grinning psychopaths.
We will still be ruled by their globalist, debt-issuing masters.
However, because the public are waking up to the undeniable nature of the great and the good that dominate our affairs, we can at least harbour the hope that we might begin to deal with our government and their MSM helpers via conventional electoral processes.
It is unlikely that the real decision-makers, our slithering rulers, will ever have to face earthly justice ('Justice is Mine', sayeth the Lord) but if we can remove, or even wake up (for these are people like ourselves) the puppets that willingly serve them, then the forces against which we truly struggle will have lost everything.